Was Mass Murderer, Charles Manson Right? Are Corrupt Courts Pushing People To A “Helter Skelter Mayhem”?
Question: Are Humans Really Uncivilized or Purely Stupid and Selfish?
We need law and order. Lawlessness leads to disorder and mayhem. With lawlessness attacking us each day, the only defense that remains is ‘every man for himself and God for us all’!
A REALITY CHECK
How can a body of corrupt judges and politicians believe they will not push people beyond the point where law does not matter anymore?
THE COMING MAYHEM
Will this be the war of all wars, globally? Most people understood the late Charles Manson’s Helter Skelter to be a mayhem whereas every man would judge himself and take it out on another man, but within a racial war.
This scenario seems likely when the worldwide judicial system has been torn into shreds. A commentary by AmericaOnCoffee (AWOLL)
Charles Manson Notorious Murderer And Cult Leader
Will the Coming Great Tribulation prophesied in the Christian Holy Bible be a Helter Skelter…..?
The Great Tribulation as recorded in the Christian Holy Bible:
– For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.
Daniel 12:1 – And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people: and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation [even] to that same time: and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book.
Matthew 24:29 – Immediately after the tribulation of those days shall the sun be darkened, and the moon shall not give her light, and the stars shall fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens shall be shaken:
Matthew 24:22 – And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.
So…Was the Demonic Person, Charles Manson Wrong About “Helter Skelter?“
Fact: Satan knows the Scriptures
Psalm 91:11–12 was quoted by Satan when he tempted Jesus in the desert (Matt. 4:6). Of course, he misapplied it for his own evil purposes. In no way do these verses mean that believers should put themselves in unnecessary danger.
God has a master plan: Evil itself cannot tolerate evil. No one can overcome massive calamities, wars, pestilence and disease.
Neither can they triumph with cloned life/artificial life, facelifts, plastic surgeries, money and all things material and of the flesh, which deteriorate and die.
The Latest Trend In Restaurants Is Serving The Homeless
A new Spanish restaurant called Robin Hood is the latest: Paying customers at breakfast and lunch foot the bill for three-course dinners for those who can’t afford to pay.
The Latest Trend In Restaurants Is Serving The Homeless
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By Eillie Anzilotti2 minute Read
Through the door of a small brick building in Madrid, customers sit down to dinner at tables covered in white cloth. Drinks are poured into crystal glasses, and a three-course meal of mushroom consommé, roast turkey and potatoes, and vanilla pudding fills the plates. The restaurant welcomes around 100 guests a night, but none of them pay. They are homeless, and crowds who dine at the Robin Hood restaurant for breakfast and lunch foot the bill so dinner guests can eat free of charge. For paying customers, shelling out a little extra for basic ham, croquetas, and juice earlier in the day is kind of the point: They’re drawn to the restaurant knowing that their meal will help to feed the hungry.
In early December, 80-year-old Catholic priest Ángel García Rodríguez opened the Robin Hood restaurant with the idea that homeless people should be able to eat “with the same dignity as any other customer,” Rodriguez told NPR. García Rodríguez founded the charity Mensajeros de la Paz (Messengers of Peace), of which the Robin Hood restaurant is a part, 54 years ago; his organization, like many others, has worked to accommodate a need exacerbated by the Spanish recession, which, though ended, has left overall unemployment hovering around 20%.
Many of the customers at the Robin Hood restaurant are those who stumbled upon hard times during the financial crisis. NPR spoke to one man, Luis Gallardo, who lost his home after his accounting firm went bankrupt. Since then, he’s been on the streets, but said that meals at the Robin Hood restaurant remind him of Christmases in easier times.
The Robin Hood restaurant is part of a trend that’s been transforming access to good and healthy food in a number of cities. In October, the EAT Café in West Philadelphia opened with a similar philosophy: that everyone should be entitled to a full-service, sit-down dinner in the neighborhood, regardless of whether they can afford the bill. Diners can choose to pay $15 for a full-course meal, donate a little extra, pay whatever they want, or eat for free. Though still operating as a nonprofit, the EAT Café (which stands for “Everyone at the Table”) aims to become self-sustaining over the next several years, with 80% of its customer base paying full-price; it’s already adding a much-needed dining option in an area of the city where non fast-food options are scarce.
Los Angeles’s Everytable takes a slightly different approach: At the café, which opened last summer, guests pay fast-food prices for healthy food like kale salads or Jamaican jerk chicken. Everytable scales its prices to local incomes, so that they will cost $8 in downtown L.A. location (opening this year), but only $4 in less affluent South L.A. The restaurant aims to make good food available in any neighborhood; so far, its South L.A. location has drawn people who may not have time to cook but can’t afford to shell out $12 for a nutritious meal. The founders hope to add more than 10 locations in L.A., then expand to other cities.
In Madrid, García Rodríguez hopes that the Robin Hood restaurant, still in the early phases, will be successful enough to remain open as a permanent fixture. That depends, of course, on its popularity, but for now, that doesn’t seem to be an issue: García Rodríguez is working on getting celebrity chefs to come in and cook dinner once a week, and NPR reported that breakfast and lunch reservations—for paying customers—are completely booked up through
Through Prayer, we can tell it to God.
Through PRAYER, we can ask God.
JonAk AmericaOnCoffee (AWOLL)
“Cameras are already in the courtrooms, folks. And, for our entertainment, cameras are delivering courtroom trials right thru our tv monitors. So, there should be no problems with cameras recording serious trial cases. If cameras can record and deliver court facts as entertainment, they can do wonders ensuring that a person gets a fair trial and that each law, is correctly applied. The enforcement of camera use inside our courtrooms…will be a vital step toward the ensuring of Justice”…~an AmericaOnCoffee (AOC) Commentary~
Cameras are typically not allowed in federal trial courts. But the Judicial Conference announced in September 2010 a pilot project to allow cameras in some federal district courtroom proceedings. The conference said that only civil cases will be included in the program. Although details of the program (known as the Digital Video Pilot Project) are still in development, participation in the program is to be at the discretion of the trial judge, with the parties to the court proceedings having the opportunity to veto cameras. The cameras would be set up and operated by court personnel.
Legislative efforts to allow cameras in federal trial and appellate courts on an experimental basis have been introduced repeatedly in Congress, but have never passed. <most recently, the u.s. senate’s Cameras in the Courtroom
Act of 2011, introduced with an eye toward arguments in three cases challenging the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in late March 2012, would have required the Supreme Court to televise its public proceedings. The Supreme Court declined the news media’s request for camera access to the high-profile health care arguments but did agree to release same-day audio recordings of the arguments, scheduled for nearly six hours over three days. Recent proceedings in the high-profile challenge to California’s ban on same-sex marriage continue to sharpen the debate over camera use in federal courts. The U.S. Supreme Court prohibited the trial court from broadcasting the trial at the time, but the appellate arguments were broadcast live. After the fact, the trial judge >ruled that a video recording of the proceeding should be made available to the public, but the Ninth Circuit reversed that order and held that the trial judge’s guarantees to the parties that the tapes would not be publicly disclosed required the continued sealing of the video.
A “Corruption Barometer” is another measure that can be used.